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Topic: How to get your Product removed from Pirate sites
Message: Posted by: debjit (Mar 7, 2019 03:11AM)
As most of you already know, a bunch of pirate sites have come up which sell magic downloads at negligible prices. Emailing them also doesn't really help as they never reply.

The pirate site was selling my "Social Prediction" but since they have their whatsapp number listed on their site, I was able to message them and get my download removed:
I suggest all creators to do the same. Atleast till we find a better solution to completely stop magic piracy.
Message: Posted by: Jed Maxwell (Jun 7, 2019 08:43AM)
I know of a campaign to destroy certain niche pirate websites created on another industries' main internet forum. They had some success. Has a similar effort ever taken place within the magic information product niche?
Message: Posted by: Poof-Daddy (Jun 7, 2019 09:28AM)
Vanishing Inc is supposed to be working with some partners in Asia to slow / stop piracy. Andi wrote a free PDF on piracy too
https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/magic-downloads/ebooks/eliminating-piracy-free-download/
Message: Posted by: Jed Maxwell (Jun 7, 2019 09:59AM)
[quote]On Jun 7, 2019, Poof-Daddy wrote:
Vanishing Inc is supposed to be working with some partners in Asia to slow / stop piracy. Andi wrote a free PDF on piracy too
https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/magic-downloads/ebooks/eliminating-piracy-free-download/ [/quote]

Thank you for that.

If Apple, Microsoft and Louis Vuitton counterfeits are still being manufactured at scale in Chinese factories despite these multi-billion dollar corporations having full-time organizations constantly lobbying the Chinese government to further curb piracy... then the magic industry has no chance petitioning the Chinese government.

These internet pirates need to be attack where they live: their internet service providers.
Message: Posted by: Poof-Daddy (Jun 10, 2019 10:54AM)
I forgot about a short Blog post by Andi:
https://www.vanishingincmagic.com/blog/how-you-can-stop-magic-piracy